I prosecuted Nazis at Nuremberg. Here's how to go after Putin and his thugs.

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How to put Putin on trial: Ben Ferencz, last Nuremberg prosecutor

Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine is the most egregious case of the crime of aggression in decades. We can build a solid case against President Vladimir Putin and other senior Russian officials.

Ben Ferencz

Nuremberg prosecutor

Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has caused immeasurable suffering and destruction. Already, extensive documentation indicates the Russian military is responsible for widespread war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Indiscriminate attacks on civilians, sexual and gender-based violence, executions and other international crimes committed in Bucha, Mariupol, Kharkiv, Chernihiv and many other locations are now being investigated so that the direct perpetrators and architects of these crimes can be prosecuted.

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